A strong focus on the importance of energy efficiency and a rare opportunity to compare at first hand the respective offers of refrigerant heavyweights Chemours and Honeywell were among the highlights of the Climalife IDS Refrigeration customer event in Warwickshire.
Allan Harper, Managing Director of Climalife UK, welcomed over 70 contractors and distributors and said more challenges lay ahead in 2020 and 2021 with energy efficiency, climate change and F-Gas having a part to play in the choice of refrigerants in the future.
Mitsubishi Electric has unveiled the UK’s first R32 VRF air conditioning systems.
The R32 City Multi YNW range is available in both heat recovery and heat pump guise. The manufacturer says that, for the first time in the UK, this will allow customers to use a single lower GWP refrigerant across an entire building or network.
A-Gas Rapid Recovery technical and training manager Roger Smith on the crucial role refrigerant reclamation is playing in the industry.
A-Gas has been working hard to extend its range of reclaimed gases available to customers. We have invested heavily in expanding reclamation facilities in the UK and in Holland as the industry rises to the low GWP challenge.